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10 Years Later AND An Embarrassing Admission…

by GEOFFN July 6, 2015 kettlebell workouts

It’s funny how time flies… Before you know it, a decade has flown by and you’ve lived a life you never fully imagined. Check out the video below. In it you’ll see how I ended up recapturing what I lost 10 years ago. More importantly, you’ll learn how you can do it too.

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The Kettlebell Snatch – Protecting Your Elbows And Biceps From Injury

by GEOFFN May 22, 2014 kettlebell exercises

The Kettlebell Snatch. The only thing that jacks people’s elbows up more is the kettlebell clean. Here’s a quick video of a technique, called, The Elephant’s Trunk Snatch. Yeah, I know, pretty goofy name. I don’t know what else to call it. I didn’t come up with it, I just named it. Anyway, watch the […]

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How To Avoid Kettlebell Injuries – Part 2

by GEOFFN May 20, 2014 kettlebell exercises

… And no I’m not talking about dropping the durn things on your toes or head or anything like that. This is part 2 in the series, especially applicable to elbows and biceps. Here’s the video. In it you’ll learn two simple drills you can implement today. To learn more about refining your technique – […]

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To Death’s Door And Back: One Woman’s Kettlebell Epiphany, Part 2

by GEOFFN March 15, 2013 kettlebell workouts

We’re going to finish up our interview with Karen Rossler today and discover her “kettlebell epiphany” and how she finally made peace with her body, heart, and mind. GN: What were some of your initial successes? KR: The first time I swung a kettlebell, it reminded me of gymnastics. I had the same sensation of […]

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The Best Spinal Stability Exercise For The Kettlebell Swing

by GEOFFN February 10, 2012 kettlebell workouts

In my last post we saw that there were two reasons for back pain when performing Kettlebell Swings, according to Dr. McGill’s study in The Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research. They were: Poor technique, which we addressed with the video in the last post, and Actual lower back instability, which we’ll address in this […]

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